Collaboration and Communication Action Plan Assignment

Marco is a Mexican-American eighth grade student who has been identified as having an emotional/behavioral disorder, specifically mood disorder NOS (Not Otherwise Specified). Currently, he participates in a general education inclusive classroom. During his annual IEP meeting, the team reviewed recent test scores and determined he qualifies for the gifted program in English language arts (ELA) only. Therefore, Marco will continue to participate in the inclusive classroom for the remainder of his courses.

Marco has continued to be successful in all his inclusive classes; however, he is struggling in his new gifted setting for ELA. Mrs. Stone, the gifted teacher, was not able to be present during the IEP meeting. She has never worked with a student who has an IEP prior to having Marco as a student in her classroom. Marco has mentioned that he is the only Hispanic or Latino student in the gifted class, and this has made him feel uncomfortable. He has stated that Mrs. Stone does not include him in the classroom conversations and speaks abruptly to him, but not to the other students.

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After one month of Marco being in the gifted class, Mrs. Stone has requested that a paraprofessional be present to support him. At the IEP meeting, the IEP team had determined that a paraprofessional was not necessary because Marco should be able to be successful in the gifted classroom without this level of support. After meeting with Marco previously on classroom concerns, and the request from Mrs. Stone, as the special education teacher, you completed a walk-through observation of the gifted classroom. You did notice that Marco was isolated in a corner and the teacher did not interact with him. In addition to the walk-through, you just received a phone call from Marco’s parents stating Mrs. Stone told Marco that he does not belong in this class. At this point, Marco no longer wants to be in the class because he does not feel welcome.

The principal has come to you, the special education teacher, for assistance with supporting Mrs. Stone and Marco in being successful. The IEP team is scheduling another meeting to discuss goals and ideas to help Marco be successful in the gifted ELA classroom. The support of a paraeducator is part of the discussion as a possibility for Marco.

Long-Term Goal: 

Provide long-term goal due date.

Action Plan Short-Term Goals and Steps to Achieve the Long-Term Goal

Short-Term Goal 1:

(This goal should support the long-term goal of, and   address communication and collaboration between Marco’s   gifted teacher and special education teacher, specifying positives in working   with the student in their classrooms, as well as challenges that may arise.

Content

Justification

As   applicable, justify content.

Activities/Strategies

What activities/strategies will help   implement the goal?

Resources

What resources are needed to implement   the goal?

Timeline

What is an appropriate timeline to   achieve the goal?

Persons   Responsible

What stakeholders will be responsible in   helping to achieve the goal and how will they collaborate?

Evidence   of Success

How will the goal be measured?

Short-Term Goal 2:

(The goal should support the long-term goal, and address   collaborative coaching for the gifted teacher to   include research-based instructional strategies and recommendations that relate   to Marcos’ disabilities, inclusive learning practices, and cultural diversity). 

Content

Justification

As   applicable, justify content.

Activities/Strategies

What activities/strategies will help   implement the goal?

Resources

What resources are needed to implement   the goal?

Timeline

What is an appropriate timeline to   achieve the goal?

Persons   Responsible

What stakeholders will be responsible in   helping to achieve the goal 

Evidence   of Success

How will the goal be measured?

Short-Term Goal 3:

(This goal should support the long-term goal, and provide   collaborative coaching and guidance for the paraeducator to support the   gifted teacher and student.) 

Content

Justification

As   applicable, justify content.

Activities/Strategies

What activities/strategies will help   implement the goal?

Resources

What resources are needed to implement   the goal?

Timeline

What is an appropriate timeline to   achieve the goal?

Persons   Responsible

What stakeholders will be responsible in   helping to achieve the goal and how will they collaborate?

Evidence   of Success

How will the goal be measured?

Short-Term Goal 4:

(This goal should support the   long-term goal, and identify communication   strategies to use with the student’s parents that demonstrate elements of   effective collaboration.)

Content

Justification

As applicable, justify content.

Activities/Strategies

What activities/strategies will help   implement the goal?

Resources

What resources are needed to implement   the goal? 

Timeline

Persons   Responsible

What stakeholders will be responsible in   helping to achieve the goal and how will they collaborate?

Evidence   of Success

How will the goal be measured?

Rationales:

In 150-200 words, explain how your plan for collaboration with colleagues will benefit and promote Marco’s well-being.

In 150-200 words, explain what complex human issues could arise and how those challenges are met with this plan.

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